Translation of
Sefer Serotsk
(Serock, Poland)

Published by the Yizkor Books in Print Project
part of Yizkor Books Project of JewishGen, Inc.
Original Memorial Book in Yiddish and Hebrew Published in Tel Aviv, 1971
Edited by: Mordechai Gelbart

Details:

This is the translation of Sefer Serotsk – The Memorial Book of Serock (Serock, Poland)

Hard Cover, 11” by 8.5”, 576 pages.

Serock, about 20 miles from Warsaw, was a community built on the Narew River. It had a Jewish presence since the 18th century. Involved in all sorts of commerce and industry, the Jewish residents constituted nearly half of the town's population by the start of World War II. Traditional in their religious beliefs, for the most part, over 2,000 Jews were displaced from the town by the end of 1939. The vast majority initially were sent to various Polish Ghettoes, and eventually to Nazi-run death camps, such as Treblinka. After the war, those Serock residents who survived returned to the town and eventually moved on with their lives in other countries around the world, notably the United States of America and the State of Israel.

This book serves as a memorial to all the victims of the Shoah from Serock and the nearby vicinity.

Located at 52°31' North Latitude, 21°04' East Longitude 19 mi North of Warszawa

Alternate names for the town are: Serock [Polish], Serotzk [Yiddish, Russian], Serotsk, Sierck, Sierock, Srotsk

Nearby Jewish Communities:

    Radzymin 8 miles SE
    Jabłonna 12 miles SSW
    Nasielsk 12 miles WNW
    Wołomin 14 miles SE
    Pułtusk 14 miles N
    Marki 14 miles SSE
    Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki 16 miles WSW
    Praga 17 miles S
    Tłuszcz 18 miles ESE
    Wyszków 18 miles ENE
    Warszawa 19 miles S
    Rembertów 19 miles SSE
    Zakroczym 19 miles WSW
    Okuniew 20 miles SSE
    Nowe Miasto 20 miles WNW
    Kamienńczyk 21 miles ENE
    Branńszczyk 24 miles ENE
    Jadów 24 miles E
    Maków Mazowiecki 24 miles N
    Falenica 25 miles SSE
    Kuchary Żydowskie 26 miles WNW
    Pruszków 26 miles SSW
    Leszno 26 miles SW
    Sochocin 28 miles WNW
    Łopianka 28 miles E
    Długosiodło 28 miles NE
    Otwock 28 miles SSE
    Poręba-Kocęby 29 miles ENE
    Dobre 29 miles ESE
    Poręba Sńrednia 29 miles ENE
    Błonie 29 miles SW
    Różan 29 miles NNE
    Płonńsk 30 miles WNW
    Jeziorna Królewska 30 miles S
    Piaseczno 30 miles S

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